Women, HIV/AIDS and Development: Towards Gender Appropriate Strategies in South East Asia and the South Pacific

Published on 1 January 1992

This overview of the gender implications of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South East Asia and the South Pacific reviews prevention and control strategies in these regions, with particular reference to gender issues in their design and implementation. It provides concrete recommendations for the design and implementation of gender-sensitive HIV/AIDS prevention programmes, and includes information about relevant organizations.

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Baden, S
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